On Monday 21 August 2017, for the first time in 38 years, a total solar eclipse will be visible from the continental United States.
Totality starts at 1:27:23 p.m. and ends at 1:28:39 p.m. (1 m 16 s).
This total solar eclipse will only be visible to those located within a roughly 100-mile wide band stretching across the USA from Oregon to South Carolina. This path of totality cuts across the south-western portion of Kentucky, from Paducah to Scottsville.
FALL SEMESTER CLASSES WILL BEGIN AT 4PM ON MONDAY, AUGUST 21, TO ACCOMMODATE FOR ECLIPSE-RELATED ACTIVITIES.
Join us for Pups and Popsicles in Centennial Mall on Wednesday, August 23 from 10am to 2pm. We'll be passing out popsicles while you learn about the services of the Academic Advising & Retention Center (AARC). Counseling and Testing Center's service dog, Star, will be there to help alleviate any stress that the first couple days of class brings. Need to make schedule changes? No problem! Exploratory Program Advisors will be there to assist you. Interested in free tutoring for that one impossible course? The Learning Center (TLC) will be on hand to set you up with a tutoring appointment. We look forward to seeing you there!
This is intended to be a weekly planning meeting for all of Dance Big Red's Executive and Committee members so that we are able to stay on top of al things DBR and put on the best event possible to raise the most money for Norton Children's! I am submitting this form as we do not have an official WKU Faculty Advisor; however, there will still always be an adult present at the meetings as well, our contact with the Children's Hospital Foundation, Dana Matukas. Please consider letting us use this space, it would be greatly appreciated!